• A total of 16 Black Princes were built
• Only 6 received a Drop Head Coupe body
• Very Rare example
• No Other examples known to exist
• Extensive history file
• Engine rebuild and light exterior restoration
This Invicta Black Prince was originally sold new in South Africa in 1949 to a British .....
Coys At Chiswick House
Lot Number 107
Chassis Number L 239
Model 12/45 Open Tourer
In its all-too-short lifetime Invicta carved out an enviable reputation for building fine sporting motor cars, the bigger Meadows-engined models .....
In its all-too-short lifetime Invicta carved out an enviable reputation for building fine sporting motor cars, the bigger Meadows-engined models in particular offering class-leading performance and impeccable build quality. For customers less concerned with ultimate performance, the company offered .....
Sir Noel Macklin personified all that was great about the innovative and enthusiastic British designers of the early 20th Century.
Born in 1886 and educated at Eton School, he soon went on to show prowess in various sporting fields becoming a successful amateur jockey, representing England at ice .....
1934 Invicta 12/45 HP Tourer
Chassis number: L239
One of only 60 such cars built; this rare Invicta is powered by a 45hp 1.5 Litre 6 cylinder Blackburn engine. The car was built up in the 1980's to its current form by Rendall Hour Time, known for preparing cars for VSCC .....